Three Lives & Company
Three Lives & Company | Flickr/Bex Walton
Three Lives & Company | Flickr/Bex Walton

Three Lives & Company

New York
Bookstore

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Named for a Gertrude Stein novel, this red-brick corner bookstore in the West Village is every bit as humble and whimsical as it was at its inception in 1968. The volumes stacked within the space have little to no visible organization to them—and that’s half the fun. For the team at Three Lives & Company, it’s key for customers to stumble upon titles serendipitously, through the process of wandering (though, if you’re looking for something specific, the well-informed staff can quickly find any work among the deliberate chaos).

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